The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1955 · Page 4
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FA01FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14,198B -. Society News - ' rno Miu MilMe Ann Mailory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 EXCHANGE VOWS — In a ceremony solemnized Sunday afternoon at the Wilson Baptist Church Miss Joyce Dobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dobson of Wilson, became 'the bride 'of George Sidney Finch, son of Mrs. Syble Gome and Cecil W. Finch of Tulsa, Okla. Dewtionals and Studies Given At Metlwdist WSCS Meetings Devotionals and Bible studies were given Monday when circles of Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church met. Circle One met at the home 01 WhltU. ..... . Miss 'Keen Norris of Memphis suldy . • Mrs. Ben Mac White with Mn. J. C. Eubanks as co-hostess. Twenty members and one guest, Mrs. S. T. Jennings, were present for the meet- Mrs. ' Marcus Oaines taught the ing. spent the weekend here visiting - uel P. Norris. This weekend Miss . circle Two met at the home oi her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam- Mrs j onn ny Young with Mrs. Blan Heath as co-hostess. Sixteen mem- Norris and Miss Happy Snowden | bers were present. Vows Exchanged in Wilson By George Finch and Miss Dobson In an afternoon ceremony at First Baptist Church in Wilson Sunday, Miss Joyce George Sidney Finch. The bride is the daughter of Mr. tnd Mrs. E. L. Dobson of Wilson. The bridegroom is* the son of Mrs. Syble Gome and Cecil W. Finch of was performed Tulsa, Okla. The ceremony by U» Rev. G. W. Smith. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs-. Ed Williams, organist, and a girls trio composed of Miss Jo Lee Williams, Miss Lois Jean Leftwich and Miss Nanette Webb. The bride, given in marriage by her fattier, wore a two-piece white faille dress with navy accessories. She carried a white Bible topped with white orchids. Maid of honor was the bride's lister, Dorothy. She wore a two piece old rose niess with navy ac- ceMoric* and a white carnation corsage. Best man was Elmer Dobson, brother of the bride, from Parks Air Force Base, Calif. Esker and Marttia Dobson served as taper light«B with VJ. 3. Dobson and Don Gary were ushers. M«. Finch Je a graduate of. Wil- Dobson became the bride of son High School atad before her marriage was employed at the Wilson Motor Company. Mr. Pinch is a graduate of Will Rogers High School in Tulsa and for the past 17 months has been serving with the Air Force in California. A reception was held in the church dining room which was Homemakers Class Has Dinnerparty Mrs. Orval Gude was hostess Monday night to members and their husbands of Homemakers Class of First Baptist Church nt a Christmas dinner party. During the meal soft Christmas recordings were played. Raymond Zachry led the Invocation with Mrs. W. P. Tegethoff, class president, giving the welcome. Mrs. Dick Bednar gave the devotional. Members of the class presented their teacher, Mrs. Jeff Hester, with a gift after which carols were sung to conclude the evening's entertainment. of Memphis and Hughes will visit friends in New Orleans. Upon their return from New Orleans Miss Norris will return to Blytheville to spend the holiday season with her paernts. Mrs. Gertrude Austin, Mrs. Earl McGregor and Mrs. Mary Warren spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. J. L. Peterson ot Newnan, Ga., is visiting her sisters. Miss Angle Hood and Mrs. P. L. Reed, for several days. Mrs. Marvin Lane is in Memphis today to return her husband to Kennedy Veterans Hospital where he will undergo further treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGraw and children will leave Saturday for a two-week in Texas and in Nashville. Ark. They will motor her mother. Mrs. R. B. Bald*in. to her home in Jasper, Tex. Mrs. Baldwin has spent the past two weeks here visiting her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tommey and children will leave Saturday for Fordyce and Murfresboro. Ark., where they will sepnd two weeks visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Saxton of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold Slatton and family for a week. They were accompanied to Blytheville by Mrs. Ruby Deuel also of Los Angeles who is visiting friends and relaties at Tomato. Mrs. Maxlne cable of Hot Springs is the houseguest of Mr. and Mre. Bill Cable. decorated with white gladioli. The bride's table was overlaid with a white linen cloth and centered with a tiered wedding cake. Mrs. W. S. Dobson and Mrs. Don Gary served as reception assistants. The couple left on a wedding trip to Tulsa. Mrs. Sumnierville Gives Devotional At Sudbury PTA Mrs. W. K. Summerville presented the devotional last night when Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association net. She used the Christmas holidays _s her topic. Following the devotional, group singing was directed by Mrs. Howard Besharse with Mrs. Hugh Hudson serving as pianist. During the business session con- =Westbrook's; FAMILY SHOE STORE = 315 IV. Main; Phone 8342== iS^ Special message *7 to all grownups! ^fW"--*' £ ,0 little girls love ,, hiiiSfiing* foeamty ^ ~ * 'A toiletries by A f \ J LIPSTICK WITH MIRROR. Colorless pomade "lipstick" to make her feel grown-up. $1.25 BEAUTY SET. Hand Lotion, Talc and Toilet Water...with the fragrance of Budding Beauty. 1 oz. each. The set, $1.25 TRIO. Toilet W.tor, Hud Lotion ind Liquid Bubble Bith in the delightful Buddinf Bun* inciino*. 1 c* Mck. Tb» Mt, Woods Drug Store 221 W. Main Phem 3-4S07 The devotional was given by Mr.-. E. B. Stout with Mrs. W. A. Hol- llngsworth giving the study. Mrs. Gus Eberdt and Mrs. Sam Haynes were hostesses to n members of Circle Three at the home of Mrs. Eberdt. The program was presented by Mrs Robert, McGraw, Mrs. Haynes, Mrs. P .E. Scott and Mrs. Newtou Wedding Plans Are Announced By Miss Pryor Miss Melba Pryor, who will become the bride of Glenn Harvey of Van Buren, today announced wedding plans. The ceremony will be solemnized Dec. 28 at First Methodist Church at 2:30 pjn. with the Hev. Harold Eggensperger, pastor, officiating. Mrs. John Caudill, organist, and Mrs. George Lee, vocalist, will present nuptial music. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, has chosen Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt of Little Rock to serve as her matron of honor and only feminine attendant. George Harvey of Magnolia will serve his brother as best man. Ushers will be Jerry Van' Zandt of Little Rock and Lee Poague and Henry Pape, both of Van Buren. A reception will be given at the bride's home following the ceremony for members of the families, out- of-town guests and members of th» wedding party. Mrs. Jack Vowell, membership chairman; announced that Mrs. D. C. McLean's sixth grade room had won the award for 100 per cent membership. Second and third places, went to to the second grade rooms of Mrs. Marjorie Rager and Mrs. Gaylord Lewis in this contest. Room count winners were Mrs. Tony Earner's room downstairs and Mrs. McLean's room upstairs. Fourth grade mothers were ho«ducted Mrs. Harold Sudbury, tesses in the social hour. SANTA...and Woods Drug Store suggest CANDIES ...to give and enjoy! Fresh, delicious ASSORTED CHOCOLATES made of the very fine* ingredient* ... cream*, fruitt, nut», caramel and cri*p center* to tempt anyone ... Plcate everyone! EXCLUSIVUY AT WOODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 3-4S07 rlllkl*. A luncheon for 31 members ana two visitors, Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Harold Eggensuerger, of Circle Pour was given at the home of Mrs W. J. Pollard. Mrs. James C. Guard told ttu Christinas story at this circle meet ing. Circle Five Twelve members of Circle Pivc| met at the home, of Mrs. Robert Killlan. Mrs. P. D. Smith was co- hostess. ! Mrs. Dick White gave the devo- : tional and also had charge of the study. Circle Six met at the home oi i Mrs. Fred Fleemdn with Mrs. B. M. Matthews as co-hostess. Fourteen members and two visitors, Mrs. Old and Mrs. Eggensperger, were in attendance. Mrs. Charles Alford gave the de- j votional with Mrs. Leonard Oldham ! giving the study. Mrs. Alex Shelby, Mrs. Old, Mre. Eggensperger, Mrs. Mary Broke and Mrs. Janie Perkins, were all guests I when Circle Seven met at the home of Mrs. Glenn Teague with Mrs. I Richard Osborne as co-hostess. ; Nineteen members were present j when Mrs. Ralph Tood gave the devotional and Mrs. Shelby the study. At the conclusion of each circle meeting a basket of canned goods was prepared for a needy family. CIB Bridge Club Has Luncheon A 4™ Members of CIS Bridge Club were entertained with a luncheon yesterday at Hotel Noble by Mrs. Robert McGraw. Playing with the club was a former member, Mrs. Mike Cunningham, of Caruthersville. In the bridge games Mrs. Harold Nunn and Mrs. Elwood Deen were prize winners. ... to compliment her beauty! Delight her on Christmas with a gift of fashion ma.cic for her wardrobe! See our holiday-wood frocks today 1 Nationally Advertised Apparel Attractively Priced PAULA BROOKS PAUL SACHS L'AIGLON GAY GIBSON MARLENE It's a Merry Christmas idea! Just one big happy (and warm} family in |j |f|Un$in(JWC(li* § "Look-Alikes" Womsn'ubs $>j 95 14-20; *4 ' ' • 50 Like mother, like daughter . . . pretty. Like , teed not to shrink out of fit. AH with jac- father, like son ... handsome. And that's quard-pattern top in red, navy,or pink and the way they'll all look in Munsingwear solid-color matching trousers. (Men*! and "Look-Alike" Balbriggan Pajamas ... knit boys' pink tops have solid charcoal trousers.) of toft, warm combed cotton and guaran- JIEDEL'S

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